Compete locally against other attendees for your chance to be crowned The Chipotle Challenger Series Champion. DreamHack Atlanta will feature Fortnite. Winners get free burritos for a year, and all participants that sign up/compete will receive a free burrito gift card!






The free tournament will be played on PC, with your own device or in the DreamHack FreePlay area.


All DreamHack attendees will be able to compete in the free Chipotle Challenger Series. Both BYOC and festival pass holders are encouraged to participate. BYOC Players will be able to compete from their BYOC spot while Festival pass holders will be able to compete from the DreamHack FreePlay area.


Each participant will sign up to compete. Sign-ups will be hosted by and we will publish the brackets on this page. You can also proceed to the FreePlay desk and our staff will help you out with your sign-up. On-site sign-ups will be open during the first two days of the event and will stay open up to 30 minutes prior to each heat’s start time.


You will be able to check-in person at the DreamHack FreePlay Desk 30 minutes prior to the heat you’ve signed up for. Participants will be given a Chipotle gift card upon check-in. You must check-in with the Tournament Admins 30 minutes before your set start match time or risk disqualification. Matches will start at the set times and will not be reset for a player so any players not ready in lobby at the start time will be unable to compete.


  • Solos
  • All players will join a private match
  • 4 Qualifiers (Heats)
  • Top 25 per heat move on to Finals on Sunday


FRI, 15 Nov

Heat 1: 4PM – 5PM

Heat 2: 8PM – 9PM

SAT, 16 Nov

Heat 1: 4PM – 5PM

Heat 2: 8PM – 9PM

SUN, 17 Nov

Final: 2PM

Ceremony: TBD




  • Players must ensure they are communicating with Tournament Admins.
  • If players fail to be ready to play and in the lobby when the match starts, they may be dropped from the tournament.
  • Players failing to communicate with tournament admins may be dropped from the tournament.
  • Tournament Admins are people too, please be respectful to them and your fellow players.
  • We understand things happen, if there are any issues let the Tournament Admins know ASAP. Work with us and we will try and work with you.


Cheating, Griefing, and other dishonorable conduct

  • Depending on the level of dishonorable conduct the offending player may receive a warning or be dropped from the tournament.
  • The Tournament Admins have final say in dealing with bad behavior. They have the final say and there is no appeal process.
  • Reporting any issues with behavior must be brought to the Tournament Admins not the offending players.
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